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Title: 12-Step Program: Key Questions In Critiquing Your Live Mix
Post by: M. Erik Matlock on January 09, 2019, 08:09:44 am
12-Step Program: Key Questions In Critiquing Your Live Mix (https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/church/church_sound_12-step_program_-_key_questions_in_critiquing_your_live_mix/)
Stealing some tips and techniques from the studio to improve your live mix.
By Chris Huff • January 9, 2019


It’s OK to steal. Wait – allow me to rephrase that. It’s OK to steal from studio engineers.

Live audio is a different beast compared to what happens in the studio, yet my live mix quality skyrocketed once I started reading the works of studio engineers Roey Izhaki, Bobby Owsinski, and Mike Senior.

Last year, I stole…uh, found…a list of questions that studio folks ask in critiquing their mixes. The questions largely focused on emotion, energy, and clarity. It’s a great list but not quite suitable for the live world, so I embarked on creating my own list. A few months and many revisions later, my list of 12 questions emerged...

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